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Virus and Infections 2010

07.08.2009
BIT’ s 1st World Congress of Virus and Infections-2010 (WCVI-2010) will be held during July 31-August 3, 2010 in Busan, Korea, with a theme of “Voice of Virologists”.

This congress focuses on an extensive area of antiviral field. WCVI-2010 also provides an ideal forum for the promotion of relevant companies, products and services among key decision makers.

The 2nd Annual World Summit of Antivirals (WSA-2009) has achieved great success and attracted more than 270 delegates from more than 40 countries. Based upon the constructional suggestions of our participants, this year we further extend the scale of this event and initiate the 1st World Congress of Virus and Infections-2010.

There are 3 parallel symposiums in 2010: 1st World Congress of Virus and Infections, 1st Annual Inaugurate Symposium of Hepatitis Virus and 3rd Annual World Summit of Antivirals.

Oct. 30, 2009 - Early Bird Registration Deadline
June 15, 2010 - Regular Registration Deadline
June 20, 2010 - Abstract Submission Deadline
July 30, 2010 - Live Registration
July 31, 2010 - Congress Opening Ceremony

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